Now You Can Try The Subaru’s Latest Impreza Before You Buy DriveMyCar, partnered with Subaru Australia to give savvy lookers and UberX drivers a test drive in one of 101 new Subaru Imprezas. DriveMyCar allows bith private and business drivers, including UberX drivers, access to a huge and varied range of cars at up to … Continue reading Drivemycar Gives Uber Drivers a Scoobie Snack
BRZ is the identical twin sister of Toyota’s much lauded 86. On debut, this pair of frisky fillies bolted out of the gate on a safe bet. They’ve been strong sellers up until recent months. First, here are a few figures: Subaru ran out of BRZ allocation, so sold zero in October, and Toyota … Continue reading BRZ: Subaru’s Guilty Pleasure gets update
Subaru’s All New Impreza is a Cracker Subaru has been quietly going about its business for ages. The latest generation of Scoobs (yes they’re all Scoobs, not JUST the Rex’s) make a good fist of entry level motoring. Colin Christie, Subaru’s OZ boss, says the company wants to expand is appeal to a new audience, … Continue reading Subaru’s All New Impreza is a Cracker
Subaru’s new generation Impreza, currently being launched in Australia, was today named 2016-2017 Car of the Year Japan. The first model to be built on the new Subaru Global Platform, fifth generation Impreza offers an array of new technologies that greatly enhance all-round safety, as well as dynamics and quality. In its first month of … Continue reading New Generation Subaru Impreza Is Japan Car Of The Year 2016-2017
Subaru’s new Model Year 2017 BRZ sports coupe is now on sale, with an attractive new price, making its long list of cosmetic and technical changes even more appealing. BRZ manual will be priced from $32,990 Manufacturer’s List Price*, a saving of $1230 over the previous model year, while the automatic variant is $34,990, $1735 … Continue reading Check Out Subaru BRZ’s New (and Lower) Prices
Forester has a lot to offer. Subaru has gone for a middle of the road on the outside. It’s neither super sexy, nor mega cutting edge so it will appeal to a wide range of buyers. The looks are conservative. The two box design doesn’t allow much in the way of freedom, so keeping it … Continue reading Subaru Goes Forester
Subaru’s multi award-winning BRZ sports coupe is again turning heads with a long list of technical and cosmetic changes that are set to enhance its reputation as the affordable fun favourite for driving enthusiasts. A substantial suite of upgrades – including more power and torque for manual transmission variants (from 147 Kilowatts to … Continue reading Revised BRZ to cause Buzz
Toyota Australia has today announced that it will recall almost 15,000 Toyota 86 vehicles built between April 2012 and March 2015 due to a potential loss of power steering assist. The recall impacts right-hand drive vehicles that are equipped with driver’s knee airbags. Due to an improper wire harness layout, there is a possibility that … Continue reading Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ recalled.
Yes yes yes oh YES: good looks, fab engine, eyesight safety, smooth Oh dear me no: price, no carplay/android auto, no manual With the front of a WRX and the rear of a sort-of Liberty/outback, the Levorg is a mash-up of Subaru’s greatest hits. Stick a nice bit of AWD, and a sweet little turbo-boxer … Continue reading Levorg: Subaru’s secret and rather sexy weapon?
Subaru of America (SoA) has set a new record on the famed Isle of Man TT Course with the Subaru WRX STI Time Attack car. The WRX STI was driven by rally ace Mark Higgins on the fabled 59.55 kilometre road course, with an average lap speed of 207.2 km/h and a time of … Continue reading Subaru Shatters Isle Of Man Lap Record